What does it mean to belong to a nation? Nations were “imagined” because their identity, territory, language and even national history, were somehow arbitrarily designed and decided by human, but not naturally and objectively existed.
Hyper nationalism could be acknowledged as a fictional representation of a nation. The hyperreality of nationalism tricks consciousness into detaching from any real emotional engagement, instead opts for an artificial simulation and the endless reproductions of a fundamentally empty appearance.
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